Samsung Hercules, Confirmed as T-Mobile’s Variant
The Samsung Hercules was recently revealed to be T-Mobile's variant of the Samsung Galaxy S 2.
Samsung Hercules, the anticipated Android smartphone, has been officially publicized last week at the Samsung Mobile concert in Toronto. Aside from unveiling clearer photos of the device, there is also interesting information that was leaked out. According to a source, the Samsung Hercules is said to be T-mobile’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II.
In order to justify this claim, an image of the phone’s back plate was revealed, which clearly labels “T-Mobile” and “Galaxy S II.” The front view of the Hercules was then believed to have a more rounded look compared to the phone that was first seen at Telus.
Like what has been rumored before, the much-awaited Samsung Hercules will still carry a 4.5-inch screen and a 3G network of 42Mbps HSPA+. The T-mobile’s first fastest smartphone will also be sporting an 8 mega-pixel back camera, a 2 mega-pixel front camera, and a dual-core 1.2GHz Samsung-made Exynos processor.
Furthermore, the Android 2.3 phone is said to be hitting the U.S shelves sometime in August. Some major US carriers are even reported to be signing on for the device. However, as of now, Sprint has been the only carrier to launch the Samsung Hercules in an Epic Touch 4G form.View Article Source »